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From: dhirvela@icaen.uiowa.edu (Dave Hirvela)
Subject: How to change default graphics mode
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1992 03:06:37 GMT

Another question...
 
How do you go about eliminating the "press return or any key"
startup message when booting linux so that it will always default
to a 43 or 50 line vga display ?
 
My system is has an ati ultra so I think I can do better than
80x25.... :)
 
Dave

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From: wirzeniu@klaava.Helsinki.FI (Lars Wirzenius)
Subject: Re: How to change default graphics mode
Date: 23 Oct 92 22:53:27 GMT

dhirvela@icaen.uiowa.edu (Dave Hirvela) writes:
>How do you go about eliminating the "press return or any key"
>startup message when booting linux so that it will always default
>to a 43 or 50 line vga display ?

You recompile the kernel.

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